2022 Ford Bronco for Sale in Hyannis, MA
Trims, Body Styles, and Powertrains
Ford builds the Bronco in eight trims: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, Everglades, and the high-performance Raptor. Most versions are available with either two or four doors (the Everglades and Raptor are four doors only). A turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine is standard across the lineup with the exception of the Wildtrak and Raptor; it makes 275 horsepower and 315 lb.-ft. of torque (300 hp/325 lb.-ft. with premium gas). Most trims (minus the Everglades and Raptor) can be upgraded to a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 making 315 horsepower and 410 lb.-ft. of torque (330 hp/415 lb.-ft. with premium gas); that powerplant is standard on the Wildtrak. Exclusive to the Raptor is a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6, producing 418 horsepower and 440 lb.-ft. of torque.
A seven-speed manual transmission is standard on most Broncos with the 2.3-liter engine, while a ten-speed automatic is available (it’s standard on the Outer Banks, Wildtrak, and Raptor). Every Bronco has either a part-time four-wheel drive (4WD) system or an automatic 4WD system (determined by trim). The EPA-estimated fuel economy varies by engine, transmission, and trim, with around-town ratings ranging from 15 to 20 mpg (and 16 to 21 mpg on the highway). All Broncos can tow up to 3,500 pounds, except for the Raptor, which can handle as much as 4,500 pounds.
Standard Features and Optional Packages
The Bronco lineup features an extensive array of configuration options, including a soft roof or removable hardtop (standard equipment differs by trim and body style). Starting off the model is the Base trim with removable doors and top, single-zone manual air conditioning, LED headlights, fabric upholstery, carpeting flooring, 16-inch steel wheels with 30-inch all-season tires, six-way manually adjustable front seats, push-button start, automatic high beams, and a digital instrument cluster. The Base also gets a five-position G.O.A.T (goes over any terrain) management system, cruise control, a tilt and telescopic steering column, remote keyless entry, and front and rear tow hooks. A step up from the entry-level trim is the Big Bend, which upgrades the Bronco with 17-inch aluminum wheels with 32-inch all-terrain tires, LED fog lights, a six-mode G.O.A.T. system, a unique grille, rear privacy glass, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Black Diamond adds more off-road capability with a seven-mode G.O.A.T. system, a powder-coated front bumper with integrated LED fog lights and tow hooks, rock rails, heavy-duty bash plates, rubberized flooring with drain plugs, and marine-grade vinyl upholstery. Along with a six-stage G.O.A.T. system, the Outer Banks gets unique LED headlights, powder-coated tube steps, fabric upholstery (leather is an option), and heated front seats.
The Bronco Badlands includes features from the Big Bend plus a terrain management system with seven G.O.A.T. modes, 17-inch aluminum wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tires, Bilstein shock absorbers, a powder-coated steel bumper with integrated LED fog lights and tow hooks, rubberized flooring with drain plugs, and marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats. At the higher end of the Bronco range is the Wildtrak with everything from the Outer Banks and the G.O.A.T system with seven modes and unique exterior graphics. The highest trim, before reaching the performance-focused Raptor, is the Everglades which builds from Black Diamond with a Carbonized Gray molded-in hard top, an air-intake snorkel, a WARN winch, a heavy-duty modular front bumper, unique bodyside graphics, and washout flooring.
At the head of the Bronco herd is the Raptor, with more imposing looks backed up by enhanced mechanicals. To start with, the Raptor gets unique exterior treatments, including exclusive fenders and broader wheel flares; this Bronco is 9 inches wider than others in the lineup. With the Badlands trim as a foundation (except for hill descent control), the Raptor also gets the HOSS 4.0 suspension system with FOX semi-active dampers, 37-inch all-terrain tires, a Carbonized Gray molded-in hard top, a surround-view monitor, a heavy-duty modular front bumper with RIGID fog lights, full-vehicle steel bash plates, and front stabilizer bar disconnect.
The Mid Package is standard with the Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Everglades, and Raptor and optional with the Big Bend, Black Diamond, and Badlands. It includes proximity keyless entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats (on trims not already equipped), remote start (automatic transmission only), rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a 110-volt power outlet, ambient footwell lighting, and additional infotainment technology, which is detailed below.
The High Package has all the features from the Mid Package and is included on the Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Everglades, and Raptor; it’s optional on the Big Bed, Black Diamond, and Badlands. This bundle includes a surround-view monitor, forward parking sensors, side mirrors with LED approach lighting and spotlight, additional sound insulation, and more infotainment technology. Select Broncos (Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, and Raptor) are available with the optional Lux Package. It’s a grouping with the equipment of the High Package, plus adaptive cruise control, a heated steering wheel, wireless device charging, and additional infotainment and safety features.
Reinforcing the Bronco’s off-road credentials is the available Sasquatch Package with 17-inch beadlock aluminum alloy wheels, 35-inch mud-terrain tires, a 4.7 final drive ratio with electronically locking front and rear axles, increased suspension height, and high-clearance fender flares. The option can be added to all trims (except the Raptor) and is standard on the Wildtrak and Everglades.
Under the Co-Pilot360 banner, Ford offers different levels of advanced safety technology. Every Bronco comes with forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and dynamic brake support. Other standard safety systems include hill start assist, a rearview camera with backup-assist grid lines, and hill descent control (with manual transmission only). Broncos with the Mid Package also come with BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert, a lane-keeping system, and a driver alert. The Lux Package adds evasive steering assist.
Infotainment and Connectivity
Ford’s SYNC 4 infotainment is the base system for the Bronco; it has an 8-inch touchscreen, a six-speaker audio system (the Raptor adds a subwoofer), wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, SiriusXM satellite radio, first- and second-row USB ports, and access to AppLink and a Wi-Fi hotspot. Enhanced voice recognition and connected navigation services are included with the Mid Package. A 12-inch touchscreen upgrade comes with the High Package, while the Lux Package adds a ten-speaker B&0 sound system, built-in navigation, and dashboard-mounted USB ports.
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